Finntech sprouting in the US
Finnish location technology provider Yepzon and Kotka-based Eagle Filters have both announced significant goings-on stateside.
Google invests in Finnish wind energy
Technology company Google has signed long-term power purchase agreements to buy renewable energy from three new wind farms under development in Finland.
Sarlin helps Chinese factory go green
Finnish company Sarlin has closed a deal to provide one of China’s biggest steel factories with its compressed air management system, which will enhance the factory’s energy efficiency.
Axco-Motors joins Danfoss
Finnish company Axco-Motors has been acquired by Denmark-based multinational company Danfoss.
Fortum first: e-vehicles receive high-powered charge in Sweden
Fortum Charge & Drive has opened Sweden’s first high-power charging (HPC) station for electric vehicles, located in Kristinehamn.
Altum teams up with WaterStart in Las Vegas
Altum Technologies will expand to the US to collaborate with WaterStart following a successful funding round led by Maki.vc and Lifeline Ventures.
EUR 62 million deal greenlit for Nocart in Kenya
A 35MW waste-to-energy plant deal in Kenya has been confirmed for Finnish cleantech company Nocart.
Enersize enters profit sharing agreement in China
Finnish company Enersize has, together with its Chinese partner Shanghai Venergy, signed a six-year profit-sharing agreement with Pangang Titanium.
Neste fuels fossil-free movement in Dutch province
Neste’s renewable diesel was a major success at the Elfwegentocht event, in which citizens of Friesland, the Netherlands, aimed to travel fossil-free for two weeks.
Five for Friday – Circular economy solutions
What goes around comes around, and this means big business opportunities in Finland.